章节:Schizophrenia, Other Psychoses, and Cognitive Disorders

SC
正确指数:100% 正确的次数:0 错误的次数:0 7383---While the nurse is performing an admission assessment, the client stops talking in the middle of a sentence, tips his head to the side, and listens carefully. The nurse recognizes that the client is most likely experiencing which problem?

Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination, 7e (Saunders Comprehensive Review for Nclex-Rn)

1. somatic delusions
2. pseudoparkinsonism
3. delusions of reference
4. auditory hallucinations

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正确答案:
4. auditory hallucinations
解释 :
When the client is listening to the voices, it is most likely an auditory hallucination. Somatic delusions are false beliefs about the functioning of the client’s own body. Pseudoparkinsonism is another name for the extrapyramidal symptoms of the medications. Delusions of reference involve events within the environment.